Lark & Wolff in the Wild

The new Steven Alan for Urban Outfitters collection Lark & Wolff – you know the one that isn’t supposed to be available until around July 4th – is currently available at the NoHo Urban Outfitters on Broadway. The collection looks good and I even picked up two button-down shirts for $58 each. The UO people have the preppy offerings merchandised with chinos, skinny ties, Bass Weejuns and other appropriate items. I have to say that I liked the wovens and you could definitely see the Steven Alan touch in everything. The store didn’t seem to have the entire collection, just a small collection of men’s and women’s from what I saw.

Comments on “Lark & Wolff in the Wild

    Pit on June 17, 2008 8:12 PM:

    I was about to run out to North Hollywood but I realized that your Noho is not my Noho. How is the fabric quality and is there a lot of reverse seam action in the shirts?

    Great blog!

    Sam Jacobs on June 17, 2008 9:32 PM:

    Bass Weejuns rock!

    Laguna Beach Trad on June 17, 2008 11:33 PM:

    There is nothing more exquisite, I think, than the sound of Weejuns on a hardwood floor in Connecticut.

    tripreed on June 17, 2008 11:36 PM:

    While I generally despise UO, and while I don’t really understand why anyone would go there to overpay $25 for Topsiders and Weejuns, the stuff in that new collection does look pretty nice, especially that duffle coat in the background.

    wecouldgrowuptogether on June 18, 2008 12:44 AM:

    overpriced? yes! still going in there? yes too! Urban prevails, after so many years and i bought the Bass Weejuns from them, love love.

    missbloom on June 18, 2008 9:13 AM:

    Pause a moment and read this before you give your money to Richard Hayne (Urban Outfitters’ owner and president):

    AMF on June 18, 2008 9:52 AM:

    Love Steven Alan, love paying less for it even more.

    Katie on July 3, 2008 9:13 AM:

    Two years ago i bought this great plaid button down shirt from the store Anthropologie that has the label “Lark & Wolff”. I’ve looked for the brand everywhere, searching for it to no avail. Until now. I’m just kind of confused. Perhaps it was put out as a trial for the brand, as Urban Outfitters owns Anthropologie as well. It’s good to know more stuff will become available soon. I hope they make alot of stuff for women too ’cause those snapshots from the store look like a whole lotta man.

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